Buffalo’s UnSUNG History by Bike
Think history is boring? Think again! The B/Sides Ride tells an alternative narrative, connecting the city’s storied past to its present-day resurgence through unforgettable stories, songs, humor, and local insight.
Learn about the city’s significance to the labor movement, civil rights, legendary music clubs, stunning public art, and LGBT/ alternative culture. Whether you’ve lived in Buffalo your whole life or you’re a first-time visitor, this bike tour is guaranteed to provide a new perspective and appreciation for the city.
Tour lasts 10:30-1:00pm
Reservations required, must book online
Meets and Ends at Hostel Buffalo-Niagara (667 Main St)
General Admission $0 free/pay what you wish (bring your own bike)
General Admission $15 + pay what you wish (w/ bike rental)
8 mile bike ride, Skill level: easy, Some adult themes
Introduction to Buffalo history and how it has shaped the city we know today.
Wild stories of Canalside, the city’s historic red light district.
Buffalo’s first African American community and the underground railroad.
Strikes, Anti-Communist raids, and the American labor movement.
Tales of resilience and community organizing.
Experience Buffalo by bike – the most fun and best way to see the city!